Archive for March, 2002

quick link fest while im…

on Thursday, March 7th, 2002 ... ob: pre 2005

quick link fest while i’m here:

whew… back to work, see you in a few days ;). freezing rain, ick.

you may remember wheres george…

on Monday, March 4th, 2002 ... ob: pre 2005

you may remember where’s george, which allows users to ‘track’ paper money assuming folks notice a marked bill and visit the site to re-enter it.. the equivalent site for books, bookcrossing.com has added a few new features and appears to be doing well. I still haven’t checked it out beyond the front page, but i’d like to enter a few when i get a chance.

the warp records presence on glyphiti is highly noticeable at the moment… multiple references to the label popping up and bouncing around. if you get tired of editing glyphiti, the time lapse image streams are arguably even cooler.

read this interview with john…

on Friday, March 1st, 2002 ... ob: pre 2005

read this interview with John Perry Barlow, founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and member of the alchemind society board of advisors.

cnet: You’ve been a Wyoming cattle rancher, a Grateful Dead lyricist and an Internet guru. Which career did you enjoy most?
barlow: I liked being a rancher more than anything else. I’d still be doing it if there were any conceivable way to afford it.

i cant believe i just…

on Friday, March 1st, 2002 ... ob: pre 2005

I can’t believe I just heard about CHI 2002, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems taking place April 20-25th right here in Minneapolis. I’ll be reading through the forums while I try and figure out a feasible way to fund attendance.